From the OJ Simpson trial to the Oklahoma City Bombing, 1995 was a year like no other. This podcast series will look at some of the events of 1995 and how they shaped the world we live in today. Season one is about the Paul Bernardo Murder trial. Podcast host Kathy Kenzora covered the trial and provides a first hand look at how the justice system dealt with Canada's most notorious killer. Follow @1995podcast on Facebook for updates on the show.
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Apr 20, 2017

On Oct 3, 1995 over 95 million people watched live on TV as the verdicts were read in the OJ Simpson Murder Trial.  The country waited anxiously to find out what would happen on the streets of Los Angeles.  If OJ was found guilty would there be a race riot.  I was outside the LA county courthouse with microphone and tape recorder covering the reaction for my radio station back in Toronto.  This episode of 1995 recreates that day when OJ Simpson was found not guilty. 

Apr 10, 2017

In this bonus episode two interviews I did in 1995 about the Paul Bernardo Murder trial. 

Apr 2, 2017

When Paul Bernardo was found guilty of first degree murder in the deaths of Leslie Mahaffy and Kristen French the case was far from over.  The Crown wanted Bernardo to be declared a Dangerous Offender so he could be sent to jail indefinitely.  And there were several more emotional hurdles for the families.  Including victim impact statements at Bernardo's Dangerous Offender hearing, the demolition of the house where the girls were killed and the destruction of the horrific video-taped evidence from the case.  In this final episode of Season One host Kathy Kenzora also brings you up to date on the status of Bernardo today.  All music in this episode written and performed by Lee Rosevere.